The following blog post was written by Christine Burke, Business Development Officer with the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement.
The Bow Valley College Immigration Practitioner Certificate program has something to celebrate. Not only are we the first institution to offer a 500-hour gold standard program in Canada, we can now boast we have the highest graduate performance on the Full Skills final exam (FSE). Every single one of our graduates passed the exam on their first attempt. And, they did it by a whopping margin: 20 per cent higher than any other program in the country.
Why do the Bow Valley College graduates perform so well?
Bow Valley College has the strictest admissions policy in Canada, adopting the FSE registration standards set by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) as entrance requirements into the program.
Because Bow Valley College applicants have met the ICCRC requirements at the beginning of the program, they are able to hit the ground running. They’re capable of handling the legal jargon, research demands, and strategic thinking necessary to complete the course, pass the final Full Skills Exam, and do the work as professional RCIC’s (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants).
Not only are we the first institution to offer a 500-hour gold standard program in Canada, we can now boast we have the highest graduate performance on the Full Skills final exam.
The standard for entrance to the Bow Valley College program is certainly one of the main reasons the majority of students graduate and pass the FSE on the first try. The other would be the exceptional experts dedicated to content, instruction, and a real- world education.
Fortunate to align itself with some of the best and most experienced immigration lawyers, consultants, and Canadian Border Security Agency (CBSA) professionals in Canada, Bow Valley College has produced a current, relevant, and practical professional immigration consulting program. Most of the program content creators are also instructors in the program in a blended in-class, online offering. Bow Valley IPC students benefit greatly from these instructors’ extensive years of professional immigration experience during the in-class and interactive portion of the program.
Opportunities as a professional RCIC are boundless. From starting your own consulting firm to working for multiple agencies, law firms and/or business in both the private and public sectors, RCIC’s represent clients from all over the world looking to immigrate to Canada. Please join us, September 21, to learn more about an exciting career in Immigration Consulting.
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Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program Information Evening
September 21, 2017
Bow Valley College, North Campus N231
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.